From Intelligent Speaker Systems to Sound-Based Robots

By: Jana Pijak - Mar 22, 2016
These examples of voice-controlled technology range from intelligent audio speakers to voice-activated robot toys that are designed to react to varying frequencies of sound. Some of the industry's most notable examples include voice-activated remotes that enable hands-free device capabilities along with sound-powered smartwatches that are designed with both aesthetics and function in mind.

When examining smart home solutions, the rise of portable and intuitive systems is prevalent in today's market with examples ranging from Amazon's miniature Echo Dot device as well as 'Martix,' a multi-sensory hub that powers various devices in one's home while responding to auditory commands.

Additional examples of voice-controlled technology include responsive assistant apps and even smart baby monitors that respond to voice commands in order to keep infants safe.